SSM should create a stash folder the first time it installs a module. #1

micmath opened this Issue Dec 6, 2011 · 2 comments


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micmath commented Dec 6, 2011

In the current working directory, if there is no stash folder named ".ssm", when I run "ssm install ...", I should see a stash folder has been created.

rotev commented May 15, 2012

How about using an equivalent of Ruby's Gemfile, a Sesame file, which contains a list of all the plugins we wish to have available in our vendor assets directory?

ssm install will fail if no stash folder is found. ssm init will create the stash folder and an empty (or defaulted with the latest jquery library) Sesame file. ssm install will download all the required assets into vendor/assets or something like that, and delete those that are no longer required.


micmath commented May 17, 2012

Thanks, that makes a lot of sense. I plan to start back working on this in the near future, I'll try to add this feature.

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